Spring 2015 internship opportunities at the Centre range from governance to digital forensics and the closing date for some applications is already on January 4th, 2015.
Interns work alongside international experts at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence and gain hands-on real world experience. In particular, those with a technical background are best suited for insider threat detection and study on current anti-forensic techniques internships. Students of security studies, international relations, information security or similar disciplines can apply for internships in cyber glossary development and comparative analysis as well as cyber impacts on governance. Successful candidates will be NATO nationals who currently are graduate students or recent graduates with advanced degrees.
Other internship opportunities will be advertised on the Centre website on a rolling basis. More information on the spring 2015 internship opportunities is available on https://ccdcoe.org/internship-opportunities.html. The same website offers further information and instructions for applying to the advertised internships.